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Shereena Qazi

Shereena Qazi

Shereena is an online journalist with Al Jazeera English. She covers stories in Afghanistan and Pakistan and reports on war, conflict, militancy, politics and human rights.

Afghanistan

'She went to school to learn but left in blood-soaked clothes'

At least 34 people were killed in Thursday's suicide attack by ISIL in Kabul, and most of them were students.

'She went to school to learn but left in blood-soaked clothes'

Afghanistan

'We won't survive': Residents speak of ongoing battle in Ghazni

Fighting enters a fifth day as desperate civilians flee to safety from the besieged eastern city.

'We won't survive': Residents speak of ongoing battle in Ghazni

Pakistan

The determined transgender candidate from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

This marks the first year transgender citizens can run in Pakistan's election following a law guaranteeing their rights.

The determined transgender candidate from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Afghanistan

Afghanistan: Taliban resume fighting as Eid ceasefire ends

Taliban announce they will resume fighting on Monday as the three-day ceasefire on Eid-al-Fitr comes to an end.

Afghanistan: Taliban resume fighting as Eid ceasefire ends

Afghanistan

Rare Eid of 'calm and peace' as Taliban, government truce holds

Afghans express joy as they celebrate end of Ramadan, but fears over ISIL violence simmer.

Rare Eid of 'calm and peace' as Taliban, government truce holds

Asia

Afghanistan's ceasefire with Taliban: 'Are we safe now?'

As President Ghani announced a temporary ceasefire with Taliban fighters, Afghans fear security will deteriorate.

Afghanistan's ceasefire with Taliban: 'Are we safe now?'

Afghanistan

Afghan forces night raid kills civilians in Nangarhar

At least nine people were killed after security forces raided homes in Charparhar district.

Afghan forces night raid kills civilians in Nangarhar

Asia

Will Islamic scholars' fatwa force Afghan Taliban to join talks?

Islamic scholars from three Muslim countries set to meet in Indonesia in an effort to bring peace in Afghanistan.

Will Islamic scholars' fatwa force Afghan Taliban to join talks?

Afghanistan

Victims' relatives demand accountability over Kunduz air raids

Family members reject defence ministry claims that no civilians were killed in Kunduz attack targeting Taliban fighters.

Victims' relatives demand accountability over Kunduz air raids

Asia

Afghan air attack 'kills children' at Kunduz religious school

Witnesses describe 'devastating' scene after Afghan military raid hits gathering at a madrasa in the northern province.

Afghan air attack 'kills children' at Kunduz religious school

Asia

'Enough of war': Why Afghans are hunger striking in Lashkar Gah

Dozens of Afghans set up tents demanding an end to the war after a car bomb killed more than 20 in Lashkar Gah.

'Enough of war': Why Afghans are hunger striking in Lashkar Gah

Afghanistan

'Poor, innocent' Afghan farmers killed in raid targeting Taliban

Seven civilians killed in raids by Afghan forces in two villages in Nangarhar, prompting deadly protests.

'Poor, innocent' Afghan farmers killed in raid targeting Taliban